It will also deliver small business training and offer funding opportunities, with a programme of events to bring together thought leaders, business owners, policy makers and researchers to work on crucial social and business issues.
Director of Enterprise Works, Sam Gardner, said “Community is at the heart of Enterprise Works, and we are thankful for the generosity we have seen from our alumni and the local business community for this initiative so far.
“We are excited to support local businesses at every stage of their entrepreneurial journey and to work with them to shape this community in the future.”
Enterprise Works will run social innovation projects to improve access to entrepreneurship support for all communities and work with the entrepreneurial community, researchers and policy makers to influence government policy.
It will be officially launched at an event on the 24 June 2022.
Businesses and entrepreneurs interested in attending this event or accessing support from Enterprise Works, should contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website.